ELI Specialise in Corporate Virtual Volunteering in Dublin's IFSC and Docklands

Are you looking for staff engagement opportunities? Or to make a positive impact in Dublin's Docklands local community? Are you developing your corporate social responsibility or sustainable business strategy? ELI may have a solution for you...

Corporate volunteers can get involved in online mentoring, STEM activities, language cafés, story-telling, careers events, community research, content creation, coding and educational gaming.

 ELI have lots to offer your team this academic year.
We provide vetting, training and support to volunteers so that they can get the most out of their experience and make a real impact on the community.  

Watch our overview video to hear more about how you can support the local community as a corporate volunteer in Dublin's Docklands and beyond:

 

ELI Corporate Virtual Volunteering Programme

 

Volunteer Quotes

“The exposure to a different group of people probably enhances a child's interpersonal skills. On another level, it was clear that the children were very excited about our weekly visit which must have had a positive affect on them.”

“Great mix of people from different organisations giving up their time. Lots of different personalities throughout. It's important for people to see that everyone's lives are different. Great opportunity for employees to be involved in such a program.”

“I found the experience to be very enjoyable, it being something quite simple but completely different to what I do on a daily basis.”

“The programme shows how such small contributions of time can make such a positive change to both those volunteering and to the community they volunteered into.” 

For more information on our Corporate Volunteering Programme, contact:

Mary Anne Stokes 
Development & Volunteering Officer
(086) 4666 438
Maryanne.Stokes@ncirl.ie
LinkedIn

 

“The exposure to a different group of people probably enhances a child's interpersonal skills. On another level, it was clear that the children were very excited about our weekly visit which must have had a positive effect on them.”
Volunteer, Early Learning Initiative